Firefighters reveal what to look for on your space heater to insure you stay safe

There have been at least eight space heater fires in Tulsa in the past 7 days, including four in which lives were lost. FOX23 went to Pine and North Union avenues to talk with firefighters who are doing courtesy smoke detector tests to help prevent and lower the risk of fires in the area.

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Gregg777 - 1/8/2014 10:39 AM
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Ive been very pleased with switching to channel 6 news online as their articles are written with educated writers and most are spell checked and grammar checked before publishing. On most of their stories there are sometimes up to 100 comments letting me know that they are the leading station for online news. And there isnt any of this BS captcha crap either. You post quickly if you have a FB account. I encourage everyone to give Channel 6 a week trial and you'll see the difference. Now lets see how long FOX lets this comment stay up, or if theyre ok with their viewers checking out the competition. Oh and what are we looking for on our space heaters to insure we're safe?

Mayor Maynot - 1/8/2014 8:02 AM
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I showed my landlord he said please do not use that. I'm afraid you'll burn down my house. I'm lucky the natural gas seems to have it covered.
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